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... just damp mud or vegetation. The gators were half walking half wading in the mud and he plucked a baby one out and washed him off. Earlier I had seen him preparing some rubber bands, prolly for mouth control.
He was holding this 24" gator as nonchalantly as you would a kitten, he was even sort of cute. The gator that is! He got passed around amongst the passengers, some were eager to hold him, others recoiled in horror. I held him, and was mostly impressed as to how ...
... and he has great taste in music. I've really enjoyed catching up with some long lost family on this trip.
My first night I ventured out to the recommended Frenchmen Street. Within 5 minutes of crusing Frenchmen a huge brass band struck up on the corner and had a crowd of about a hundred. This is why I came to New Orleans. Most of these kids were under 20 ad they were INCREDIBLE! I carried on ...
Today we stopped in Jackson for lunch, the capital of the state of Mississippi. We traveled the Manchac Swamp Bridge which is a twin concrete trestle bridge in Louisiana. It has a total length of 22.80 miles (over 36km and is one of the longest bridges ...
... said, "you can't bring that on the train." The couple laughed it all off and complied.
Then there was a guy in front of us in line, who smelled like he hadn't had a bath in months, with a bag as big as a bathtub. The Amtrak employee stopped and asked him what was in the bag, to which the guy replied, "my clothes". Amtrak employee politely told him he would have to check the bag.
I admit, I was nervous coming and going if I would be allowed ...
... of the day. Accommodation: India house hostel. The closest I could get to the French quarter without paying upwards of $140 per night. All good reviews that said stay in a private room, not a dorm and you will be happy which is what I did. I would describe the decor as supremely hipster and also awesome. They organised my swamp tour for me. Huge kitchen with toasters for my new obsession with gluten free waffles. They had a stage, cooked local food for dinner ...